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Within the walls of Edinburgh Castle, discover the impact of war on Scotland's history, identity and reputation abroad.
Churches, Cathedrals & Abbeys
Hidden in the trees to the western end of Princes Street Gardens is the solid and imposing bulk of St Cuthbert's Parish Church. The present church was built in 1892 when traces of at least six earlier church buildings were found.
Experience Scotch Whisky - Take a barrel ride as you actually become part of the whisky making process. Journey through gently swaying fields of barley and on to the warmth of the Malt Kiln with its lingering smell of burning peat.
Skye, the Highlands & Loch Ness (3 days)
Three days to enjoy stunning natural beauty, unforgettable sunsets, rich history, the majestic Cuillin mountains and the dramatic Trotternish peninsula.
Enjoy a guided tour of The Scotch Whisky Experience, followed by a tasting, and become a member of our very own Scotch Whisky Appreciation Society.
The Church Hill Theatre seats 360 people in the main theatre and also has a studio for rehearsals and parties.
A mighty fortress, the defender of the nation, and a world-famous visitor attraction – Edinburgh Castle has dominated the skyline for centuries.
The Scottish National Gallery is one of Scotland’s top free visitor attractions. It houses Scotland’s national collection of fine art from the early Renaissance to the end of the nineteenth century.
Home to Scotland’s outstanding national collection of modern and contemporary art, the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art comprises two buildings, Modern One and Modern Two.
Historic Buildings & Homes
Situated in historic Charlotte Square, the Georgian House provides a glimpse of life in the New Town in the 18th centurty.